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Cute novice monks at Jogye temple in Seoul

Novice monk Dam Jung dozes after a Buddhist monk cut his hair during a ceremony at the Jogye temple in Seoul April 19, 2009. A group of nine boys entered the temple to experience life as monks for 18 days, ahead of celebrations for Buddha`s birth date on May 2.

 

Novice monk Dam Jung dozes after a Buddhist monk cut his hair during a ceremony at the Jogye temple in Seoul April 19, 2009. A group of nine boys entered the temple to experience life as monks, ahead of celebrations for Buddha's birth date on May 2

Novice monks take part in a ceremony after Buddhist monks cut their hair at the Jogye temple in Seoul April 19, 2009. A group of 9 boys entered the temple to experience life as monks for 18 days, ahead of celebrations for Buddha`s birth date on May 2.

One of the novice monks yawns after a Buddhist monk cut his hair during a ceremony at the Jogye temple in Seoul April 19, 2009. A group of nine boys entered the temple to experience life as monks for 18 days, ahead of celebrations for Buddha`s birth date on May 2.

A novice monk strokes his head after a Buddhist monk cut his hair during a ceremony at the Jogye temple in Seoul April 19, 2009. A group of 9 boys entered the temple to experience life as monks for 18 days, ahead of celebrations for Buddha`s birth date on May 2.

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Novice monk Myo Sung takes part in a ceremony after a Buddhist monk cut his hair at the Jogye temple in Seoul April 19, 2009. A group of 9 boys entered the temple to experience life as monks for 18 days, ahead of celebrations for Buddha`s birth date on May 2.

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